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Duplex, Google’s conversational AI, has updated 3M+ business listings since pandemic

Duplex, Google’s conversational AI, has updated 3M+ business listings since pandemic Google today offered an update on the status of Duplex, its A.I. technology that uses natural conversations to get things done — like making restaurant reservations, booking appointments, or updating a Google Business listing, for example. When the pandemic began, Google […]

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Voice assistants don’t work for kids: The problem with speech recognition in the classroom

Voice assistants don’t work for kids: The problem with speech recognition in the classroom Dr. Patricia Scanlon Contributor Share on Twitter Dr. Patricia Scanlon is founder and CEO of SoapBox Labs, a Dublin-based developer of safe and secure speech-recognition technology designed specifically for children. She was named one of Forbes Top 50 […]

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Where is voice tech going?

Where is voice tech going? Mark Persaud Contributor Share on Twitter Mark Persaud is digital product manager and practice lead at Moonshot by Pactera, a digital innovation company that leads global clients through the next era of digital products with a heavy emphasis on artificial intelligence, data and continuous software delivery. 2020 […]

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Amazon debuts automatic speech recognition service, Amazon Transcribe Medical

Amazon debuts automatic speech recognition service, Amazon Transcribe Medical Amazon is expanding its automatic transcription service for AWS, Amazon Transcribe, to include support for medical speech, the company announced this morning at its AWS Re:Invent conference. The new machine-learning powered service, Amazon Transcribe Medical, will allow physicians to quickly dictate their clinical […]

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Google Search now helps you pronounce ‘quokka’

Google Search now helps you pronounce ‘quokka’ Google is adding a nifty new feature to its search results when you look for the pronunciation of words. You’ll now be able to not just hear the correct pronunciation, but you can also now practice the right way of saying ‘quokka’ and get immediate […]

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China Roundup: Xi’s power on bitcoin, the rise of Alibaba’s new rival

China Roundup: Xi’s power on bitcoin, the rise of Alibaba’s new rival Welcome back to TechCrunch’s China roundup, a digest of the latest events that happened at major Chinese tech companies and what they mean to tech founders and executives around the world. Alibaba’s nemesis Alibaba’s new rival is shaking up China’s […]

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Google details AI work behind Project Euphonia’s more inclusive speech recognition

Google details AI work behind Project Euphonia’s more inclusive speech recognition As part of new efforts towards accessibility, Google announced Project Euphonia at I/O in May: An attempt to make speech recognition capable of understanding people with non-standard speaking voices or impediments. The company has just published a post and its paper […]

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Dasha AI is calling so you don’t have to

Dasha AI is calling so you don’t have to While you’d be hard pressed to find any startup not brimming with confidence over the disruptive idea they’re chasing, it’s not often you come across a young company as calmly convinced it’s engineering the future as Dasha AI. The team is building a […]

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Google updates its speech tech for contact centers

Google updates its speech tech for contact centers Last July, Google announced its Contact Center AI product for helping businesses get more value out of their contact centers. Contact Center AI uses a mix of Google’s machine learning-powered tools to help build virtual agents and help human agents as they do their […]

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Google’s new voice recognition system works instantly and offline (if you have a Pixel)

Google’s new voice recognition system works instantly and offline (if you have a Pixel) Voice recognition is a standard part of the smartphone package these days, and a corresponding part is the delay while you wait for Siri, Alexa or Google to return your query, either correctly interpreted or horribly mangled. Google’s […]

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